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bob williams

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#435345 race car parts for sale

Posted by bob williams on 22 November 2017 - 03:56 PM

New ATL 28 gallon wedge fuel cell-$950      4 GRS steel  birdcages-new- $125 each  2 Bert transmissions both rebuilt= $900 each  Falcon transmission -$900        Winters bellhousing with flywheel and  HTD drive- $350.  New winters bellhousng assemblies-$435. New falcon transmission $1250  UB Machine lower a-arms for chevelle front clip $75 each  New ford style msd distributor $300  Used ford style msd dist. with wires $225 New comp cam and new Bullett cam both rollers for small block chevy-$200 each 18 aluminum wheels with hoosier 25 and amer racer 44 and 53 compounds.priced by condition.. New PRC radiator for rockett-$275,,New allstar radiator 19 x 26 $150.  OVER 50 Bilstein shocks for e-mod , pure stock and rush lm. some shocks are NEW   your choice $50 each. Call 330-509-1999.

#402155 CARS or RUSH series

Posted by bob williams on 30 December 2014 - 09:32 PM

As a crate racer since 2007 i look at the pros and cons of differant series. Here is my view. American racer is posting $20000 total point money with $5000 to the winner. Rush has a total of $80,000 total point money where as one driver could win over $23000 in point money alone. Rush also has $60,000 in products to be awarded to the racers, not gift certs, but actual product including a new GM performance 604 engine. Also CARS has NO experiance in teching cars and engines. Rush has 9 years experiance teching. If you want to race on a level playing field , teching is extremely important. I have been on both sides of good teching and bad teching but i"ll always support good teching of cars, it's absolutely necessary. There is not a doubt that there is only one series that benefits the racers- THE RUSH SERIES. I don't blame American Racer for starting a series since their goal is to sell more tires in the crate market. Rush is not about selling more tires,it's about being a professional race organization run by people dedicated to run a series for the racers and by veteran racers. Many national companies are supporting the rush series with products and cash. Bilstein has just signed on for 3 years with a $13000 point fund for each year. $5000 will go to the highest finishing driver in the weekly points who is on the $135 Bilstein sealed shock. By the way the Bilstein shocks perform excellantly and you only need 6 shocks for the season. My car will be running on the RUSH series and we fully intend to win the Bilstein money. Just had to express my view.


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